Tag: Discover Magazine

Build it and they will come

Hotel maestro Bill Bensley unveils the game-changer turning heads the world over: Shinta Mani Wild, an ultra-extravagant tented camp deep in the Cambodian rainforest that fuses luxury and conservation

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A blank canvas

While the artworks which gave Svay Sareth his name were inspired by his country’s violent past, he now hopes young Cambodians can reconnect with their cultural roots through his latest passion project

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Home Cooking

Discover visits the charismatic Chef Ros Rotanak – Chef Nak, as she is known to her fans – at her home to feel the heart and soul of Cambodian cuisine

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Where the wild things are

Mondulkiri is Cambodia’s largest yet most sparsely populated province, home to evergreen forests and undulating hills. We visit the Jahoo Gibbon Camp and the Elephant Valley Project, two ecotourism initiatives aiming to protect some of the country’s most endangered wildlife as well as the land that the indigenous Bunong have lived off for centuries

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Beneath the canopy

Abandoned centuries ago, the spectacular ruins of Beng Mealea and Koh Ker lay buried in jungle, still mostly untouched by restoration and the prying eyes of tourists

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Like father Like son

Recently granted heritage status by Unesco, the ancient Khmer masked dance known as Lakhon Khol is bringing together a riverside community after a post-Khmer Rouge revival

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